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Gledhill-Brook Time Recorders

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Time recorder displayed at Walsall Leather Museum.
Exhibit at the Oxford Bus Museum.
Exhibit at the Heritage Motor Centre.
Exhibit at the Chatham Dockyard.
Exhibit at the Chatham Dockyard.
1919.
1920.
1921.
December 1929.
1932.
November 1937.
December 1937.
1941/1942. Clocking in machine with serial number 62296.
1941/1942. Clocking in machine with serial number 62296.
1941/1942. Clocking in machine with serial number 62296.
June 1944.
January 1945.
March 1945.
June 1945.
Sept. 1946.
Jan 1947.
1951.
1955.

of 104 and 43 (1955) Empire Works, Huddersfield.

of Market Street, Huddersfield (1963)

perhaps a successor to Stockall-Brook Time Recorders

1921 Petitioned for the winding up of Wooler Engineering Co[1]

1933 Company in Voluntary liquidation; meeting held at Holmfirth; Sam Hoyle was chairman[2]

1937 Time recorder manufacturers. "Clipper" Time Recorders. "Empire" Time Recorders.[3]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 8 July 1921
  2. The London Gazette 28 July 1933
  3. * 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries